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[texts]Development of street railway systems in Washington, D.C. / V.H. Gray - Gray, V. H.
Paper describing the early history and subsequent development of street railways in Washington, D.C., including horse cars, cable cars, and electric railways. Includes diagrams, photographs, and drawings. This paper was prepared as part of Gray's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society.
Keywords: Street-railroads -- Washington (D.C.) -- History; Transportation -- Washington (D.C.) -- History
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[texts]The history of the Maryland line of the Washington Railway and Electric Company / by James N. Wallace. - Wallace, James N.
Paper tracing the history of rail connections between Baltimore, Maryland, and Washington, D.C., and the various companies that operated the Maryland line. Companies covered include the Berwyn and Laurel Electric Railroad Company; Washington and Laurel Traction Co.; Baltimore and Washington Turnpike and Tramway Co.; Columbia and Maryland Railway Co.; and the City and Suburban Railway Company of Washington...
Keywords: Washington Ry. & Electric Co; Railroad companies -- Maryland -- History; Railroad companies -- Washington (D.C.) -- History; Railroads -- Maryland -- History; Railroads -- Washington (D.C.) -- History
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[texts]The history and construction of the Chesapeake Beach Rail Road / J. William Steiner. - Steiner, J. William.
Paper describing the origins and construction of the Chesapeake Beach Rail Road, a thirty-mile single track line connecting Chesapeake Beach, Maryland, to Chesapeake Junction in the District of Columbia. Includes information on operating equipment, maps, photographs, a time table, and other illustrations. This paper was prepared as part of Steiner's initiation into Phi Mu, an engineering honor society.
Keywords: Moffat; David H. (David Halliday); 1839-1911; Chesapeake Beach Railway -- History; Chesapeake Beach Railway -- Design and construction; Railroads -- Maryland -- History; Railroads -- Washington (D.C.) -- History
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